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Monday, March 25 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Embedding Social and Emotional Learning in Secondary Classrooms

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This session will help participants develop an answer to the question: How can we address Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in middle and high schools in a way that is integrated, rather than an add-on, reaches all students, and feels authentic to staff and students? Participants will explore a framework that features a dynamic relationship among student mindsets, four broad skill sets, specific learning and life competencies, and desired target behaviors and understandings that can be modeled, taught, practiced, and assessed on a daily basis within any classroom.

The session will review evidence-based practices and strategies in six classroom domains for cultivating learning and life competencies. The approach also creates a more equitable, engaging, and culturally and developmentally responsive environment where meaningful learning and social experiences take place.

Participants will gain understanding of an approach, practices, and strategies for integrating academic, social, and emotional learning and development in middle and high school classrooms.

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Larry Dieringer

Executive Director, Engaging Schools
Larry Dieringer has been executive director of Engaging Schools for over twenty-five years. Larry is an experienced school consultant, professional development leader, and university lecturer and has worked nationally with districts on issues including schoolwide discipline and student... Read More →

Monday March 25, 2019 1:00pm - 2:15pm EDT
Room 205/206